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Saturday, November 20, 2021
Nations are overusing natural resources faster than they are meeting basic human needs
For at least the last 30 years, not a single country has met the basic needs of its residents without overconsuming natural resources, accor...
New link between diet, intestinal stem cells and disease discovered
How unhealthy diet makes you sick Obesity, diabetes and gastrointestinal cancer are frequently linked to an unhealthy diet. However, the mol...
Friday, November 19, 2021
New mothers could help protect other babies’ brains
The placenta from mothers of healthy newborns could one day be used to reduce brain injury in growth-restricted babies, according to Univers...
Antarctic ice-sheet destabilized within a decade
Iceberg in Antarctica © Uni Bonn/ Michael Weber After the natural warming that followed the last Ice Age, there were repeated periods when m...
Thursday, November 18, 2021
Breakthrough in Fight on Tick-Borne CCHF Virus is Latest Use of New Strategy Against Diseases
A 3D atomic map, or structure, of the Gc protein (red and yellow) bound to two antibodies (green, blue and white) produced by a recovered pa...
Researchers study the link between vitamin D and inflammation
Majid Kazemian and a team of scientists have discovered that a form of vitamin D (not the over-the-counter pills) could help combat the infl...
Previously hidden environmental impact of bursting bubbles exposed in new study
In a new study, mechanical science and engineering professor Jie Feng, left, graduate student Zhengyu Yang and postdoctoral researcher Bingq...
Researchers develop wearable pollution-measuring technology
Shown here under the microscope is some of Mason’s past work, tiny electronics and channels for fluids will be at the heart of the team’s se...
New holographic camera sees the unseen with high precision
A setup of one of the prototypes in the laboratory. Credit: Florian Willomitzer/Northwestern University Northwestern University researchers ...
Resilience of vertebrate animals in rapid decline due to manmade threats
Global change is eroding life on earth at an unprecedented rate and scale. Species extinctions have accelerated over the last decades, with ...
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